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looked for it. a lot of it is on the bottom. >> reporter: over the past couple of weeks, joye and other researchers have pulled up cones of sediment from the seafloor, finding a layer of sludge over 2 inches thick and extending up to 70 miles out from the wellhead. we reached joye via satellite phone, just a few miles away from the initial spill zone. what is the potential fallout for wildlife, for marine life? >> i have yet to see a living shrimp, a living worm, nothing. these guys basically just got suffocated by a flood of this stuff. >> reporter: joye cautions these findings are preliminary. but it's enough of a threat to larger fish and perhaps humans that she feels compelled to talk about it. the last time she felt so compelled she and a team of scientists had just discovered oil plumes lurking in the gulf. federal scientists immediately demanded they stop talking about it but later acknowledged the plumes exist. do you feel you've been bullied? >> i think that's kind of fair to say. >> reporter: and when joye and others challenged the government's recent assertion that 75% of the
's on the bottom. a lot of it is on the bottom. >> reporter: dr. joye and her team have been taking core samples. she said she found a field of oil two inches thick spreading as far as 70 miles from the well head. >> we're finding it everywhere. >> i wonder if you could pinpoint one thing for us that's most worrisome about your findings so far. >> there's nothing living here other than bacteria. i've yet to see a living shrimp, a living worm, nothing. >> reporter: joye says if those organisms are affected perhaps fish and larger fish would be. working with academy scientists to monitor the oil surface. but that hasn't always been the case. in may, joye was part of a team feature and this newscast that discovered giant underwater plumes of oil. at first the administration demanded that they stop talking about the plume. ultimately the government and bp acknowledged the plume's existence. do you expect to be hounded because of this discovery as well? >> yes, i do. >> reporter: this time, joye says she has more research but is convinced the evidence speaks for itself. matt gutman, abc news. >>> a s
's stuck on the bottom. a lot of it is on the bottom. >> reporter: dr. joye and her team have been taking core samples of the sea floor. she says they found a field of oil two inches thick spreading as far as 70 miles from the well head. >> we're finding it everywhere that we've looked. >> reporter: i wonder if you could pinpoint one thing for us that is most worrisome about your findings so far. >> there's nothing living in these cores other than bacteria. i have yet to see a living shrimp, a living worm, nothing. >> reporter: joye, who cautions those findings are preliminary, says if those organisms are effected, eventually larger fish and perhaps humans may also be. in a statement, the government says, it's working with academic scientists to monitor aggressively where the oil is subsurface. but that hasn't always been the case. in may, joye was part of a team featured on this news cast that discovered giant underwater flume plumes of oil. at first, the administration demanded they stop talking about the plumes. the government, ultimately, and then bp, acknowledged the plumes existence
talked a lot about joyful learners. what you see in front of you are people who have figured out how to make learning so exciting that it is joyful and that kids kind of do not even recognize that they are being taught, that they are actually learning, because it is fun and exciting and new for them. that is the caliber of teachers and principals we have up here. some of these principles, as you know -- if you do not have a great principle, sometimes it is just going to work. it is not fun. these people up here make their schools a fun place to go, where teachers, parents, students, and everybody comes together and actually enjoys being there with the same common mission of making all kids successful. we are blessed to today to be able to acknowledge the type of caliber of teacher that is here in san francisco. when you look at our test scores -- eight years in a row, the highest performing urban district in california. these are the people who make that happen. on behalf of our district, thank you. [applause] >> thank you, carlos. i want to share with everyone what our awardees will
for it. a lot of i there's stuff on the bottom. a lot of it is on the bottom. >> reporter: dr. joye and her team h team have been taking core samples of the sea floor. sh she says they found a field of oil two inches thick spreading as far as 70 as far as 70 miles from the that we've looked. >> i won in we're finding it everywhere that we've looked. >> i wonder if you could pinpoint one thing for us that is most worrisome about your findings so far. those findings are preliminary, says >> there's nothing living in these cores other than bacteria. i have yet to see a living shrimp, a living worm. nothing. >> reporter: joye, who cautions those findings are preliminary, says if those organisms are affected eventually larger fish and perhaps humans may also be. in a statement the government scys it's "working with academic scientists to monitor aggressively where the oil is subsurface." but that hasn't always been the case. in may joye was part of a team featured on this newscast that discovered giant underwater plumes istration oil. at first the administration demanded they stop talkin
. >> reporter: joye, who cautions the findings are preliminary, saying if those organisms are effected, eventually larger fish and humans may also be. in a statement, the government says, it's working with academic scientists to monitor aggressively where the oil is sub surface. but that hasn't always been the case. in may, joye was part of a team featured here that discovered giant underwater plumes of oil. at first, the administration demanded they stop talking about the plumes. the government, ultimately, and then bp, acknowledged the plumes existence. do you expected to be hounded because of this, as well? >> yes, i do. >> reporter: this time, also, joye says she has more research to do, but is convinced the evidence speaks for itself. matt gutman, abc news. >>> the fourth hurricane of the season looks like it could turn into a monster. igor formed in the atlanta overnight and has already reached category 4 strength with 1 140-mile-an-hour winds. the storm poses no immediate threat to land, but forecasters say people all over the east coast should be keeping an eye on this one. >>>
. nothing. >> reporter: joye, who cautions those findings are preliminary, says if those organisms are affected eventually larger fish and perhaps humans may also be. in a statement the government says it's "working with academic scientists to monitor aggressively where the oil is subsurface." but that hasn't always been the case. in may joye was part of a team featured on this newscast that discovered giant underwater plumes of oil. at first the administration demanded they stop talking about the plumes. ultimately, the government and then bp acknowledged the plumes' existence. >> do you expect to be hounded because of this discovery as well? >> yes. i do. >> reporter: this time also joye says she has more research to do but is convinced the evidence speaks for itself. matt gutman, abc news. >> throughout the course of coverage of that oil well we heard so much about that blowout preventer and now we know it was taken to the louisiana facility over the weekend for nasa so they'll really have a chance to finally look at it and try to figure out what went wrong to prevent something
is remembered as a joyful spiritual with a deep love for family. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: friends, family, local leaders gathered to say goodbye. there was laughter and tears, at tonight's memorial as mourners recall her generosity, fashion sense and gift for friendship. most of all, they remembered her joyful spirit. >> she was just so happy. mostly i will miss your laughter, i hear it so clearly, i see your smile so vividly, she shook my quiet little world with laughter, smiles, tears, most importantly love. jessica we will always miss you. your big goofy self, your smiles most of all your smile. >> reporter: morales was watching football with her boyfriend at his home when the pipeline exploded steps away. he ran outside to find out what was going on and when he tried to go back in to save jessica he was unable to reach her. gomez is hospitalized with second and third degree burns over 40% of his body. friends and family say the happy memories of jessica will keep them going. >>> she was a wonderful sister we all loved her very much. >> cbs 5. >>> meanwhile a san bruno man filed a class actio
& order: svu" is it brings some much attention to real-life issues. the joyful art foundation will use the september 29 episode to raise awareness about the actor is a rate backlog in the u.s. and hopefully direct people to take action. hopefully, it will be moving and upsetting, and they will turn that into positive energy, and help us advocate to end the rape case backlog. >> i'm sorry we have to wrap up. we appreciate your time. you can catch the season premiere of "law & order: svu tonight at 9:00 p.m.. >> now, your insta-weather-plus forecast with meteorologist sandra shaw kurt >> we hope you are doing well in the final hours of summer as they weigh no way and we enter the job, all equinox tonight. -- the autumnal equinox tonight. for us, a minimal chance of a scattered shorn -- storms this afternoon. we could use the rain. we are feeling the heat, and we'll fill it until friday. it is 84 downtown. 82 at the airport. today's forecast gives us a high in the upper 80's by this afternoon. 88 or 89 as possible. it is interesting -- high pressure has moved offshore, and there has been
hope it moves it hearts and minds of everybody in the church. we wait in joyful hope. we wait in joyful hope. we continue to listen to the holy spirit and hope we see it in our time. >> as a result of your op-ed have you heard from anyone? >> hundreds. with the catholic church and those excommunicating you. >> it was an inventive piece. i have heard from a lot of priests. it's a tough job. you are probably over 60, you are probably alone. you are overworked and under paid and exhausted. they, if you ask, they would welcome a change in the priesthood. there's out there trying to get them together. man, i have heard from lots of priests and hundreds of people across the country. it took me about ten days to answer that mail. these people aren't crazy. they love their church. we need to have people do that. >> thanks to both of you ladies. appreciate it. >> thank you for having us. >> we'll be joined by john allen. he'll address this very question and we'll get more detail from his point of view from his sources at the vatican as to what kind of hope there might be with the leadership of p
the three a joyful reunion with their mothers. until sunday the lawyer had never met them. he reports they were all in high spirits and said he's hoping to get all of them released on bail. iranian president ahmadinejad personally lobbied for shourd's freedom only to have the judiciary delay release and add the bail demand. u.s. officials insist the bail money won't come from the american government and it's unclear whether she will be pressured to return to iran for trial. >> i'm sure it will weigh heavily on her if they ask for her to come back. nobody wants to think two people's lives imend on them returning to a -- depend on them returning a to a country. >> reporter: her release is clouded by the imprisonment of her two friends who may soon stand trial for illegally entering the country, punishable by up to 10 years behind bars. >>> 6:35. making headlines around the nation -- we have a fascinating new look at the california neighborhood ravaged by the deadly gas pipeline explosion and fire. these are the satellite images from san bruno. take a look at the picture before thursday'
because of this discovery as well? >> yes, i do. >> reporter: this time, joye says she has more research but is convinced the evidence speaks for itself. matt gutman, abc news. >>> a sunday boat ride ended up with two families going to the hospital. witnesses say one boat ran into the side of the other boat sinking it. all of the kids were wearing their life vests. >>> in sports headlines this morning, the u.s. again shows the wod its best in basketball. winning the world basketball championship. an 81-60 victory over the hometown time. the first nfl sunday of the season, number one draft pick sam bradford, arizona beat st. louis 17-13. >>> and no effects from last week's car crash on tom brady's throwing arm. his debut of chad ochocinco and terrel owens. >>> good morning, i'll steve weissman with the espn news update. >> redskins taking on the cowboys. first quarter no score. third and seven. mcnabb got those old legs. 17-yard gain. coach mike shanahan likes his new quarterback. redskins would settle for a field goal on the drive. cowboys, tony romo, he makes the wrong choice. fumbles a
into the building, i'm always thoroughly amazed by the fact that i'm even here. thankful, joyful. >>> in florida, the pastor who threatened to burn the koran to commemorate the anniversary of 9/11 had a change of heart, announcing he would never burn the muslim holy book did not stop the protesters. hundreds demonstrated near his church in gainesville. many chanted no burning, no hate, not in our city or state. police positioned themselves in front of the church so protesteprotester s could not get too close to the building. >>> an inmate who may be headed to our area. paul palmer was spotted inside a silver 2008 kia spectra with maryland tags. palmer was in jail on attempted murder charges. >>> the bar where a woman had been drinking before hitting and injuring two people is now talking to news 4. their staff is trained to recognize anyone who has had too much to drink. and shamiqua did not appear impaired. her blood alcohol limit was twice the legal limit. the district had advertised happy hour offering unlimited drinks. the d.c. alcohol regulatory agency has joined the investigation. >>> the
cues but the music itself, babies were found to react differently to joyful music and gloomy tunes. so, babysitters? take "note." >>> freerice.org is a site where you can do two good things at the same time -- help feed the hungry and increase your vocabulary. freerice gives you a word and multiple choice definitions. for every correct answer, 20 grains of rice are donated to the needy. if that doesn't sound like a lot, listen to this. so far, players have helped get more than 40 billion grains donated. you can play for as long as you want and win more rice, but be warned. the words keep getting harder. think of this as s.a.t. training that also makes the world a better place. i'm imani for "teen kids news." tommy's a really good kid. my tommy would never even think about trying alcohol. isn't that right, sweetie? the mailbox... [horn honks] and the traffic light. both are ideas from the minds of african americans. support the united negro college fund. because a mind is a terrible thing to waste. >>> to you, it might be a toy. but as sam reports, to one artist it's a serious tool for
, welcoming, joyful jewel for the city and county of san francisco for many generations to come. and you all in different and wonderful ways contribute to that goal that we have set for the program. thank you very much. >> motion to approve the design complex for the four recommended artist? >> second. >> it's been properly moved and second. let's call the roll. >> [roll call] >> five ayes. item 14 is approved. >> next item. >> authorizing the executive director for an amount not to exceed $44,000 with the downtown parking operator to provide 28 indoor parking spaces per day for cal tran's legal office and to maintain such an agreement so much as the total amount is not exceed budget in a total fiscal year. >> deborah keith will report on this item. >> good morning, directors. deborah keith, outside counsel. the cooperative agreement between the state, the city, and the tjpa provides a reserve to the state, 28 parking spaces in the new transit center for legal counsel. the new transit center does not have a parking garage. in the alternative, the cooperative agreement provides that the tjpa
, a colorful and lively celebration, one of the most joyful dates on the islamic calendar. >>> stay tuned. we will be back with a look at the venice film festival and some of the films in competition. don't go away. >>> the 67th finis international film festival is closing this weekend. -- the venice film festival. in recent years, things have been stiff with competition from the festival in berlin and canne, but venice has a unique atmosphere and has been praised for its exciting program. it is the oldest film festival in the world, and the sheer has drawn big stars, strong films, and -- and this year has drawn big stars, strong films, and new talent. >> natalie portman and quit in tarantino. -- and clinton tarantino. venice has received glowing reviews, praising the program and the atmosphere. >> it is a great festival this year, with all the world's stars. >> it is wonderful. am i am very happy to be here. -- >> i am very happy to be here. >> there are important films from all over the world. >> by contrast, the cannes film festival was widely panned for showing too many films of what crit
but the music itself, babies were found to react differently to joyful muc and gloomy tunes. so, babysitters? take "note." >>> freerice.org is a site where you can do two good things at the same time -- help feed the hungry and increase your vocabulary. freerice gives you a word and multiple choice definitions. for every correct answer, 20 grains of rice are donated to the needy. if that doesn't sound like a lot, listen to this. so far, players have helped get more than 40 billion grains donated. you can play for as long as you want and win more rice, but be warned. the words keep getting harder. think of this as s.a.t. training that also makes the world a better place. i'm imani for "teen kids news." >>> to you, it might be a toy. but as sam reports, to one artist it's a serious tool for creating. >>> hmm. not working. screen's frozen. >> reporter: in nathan sawaya's computer bricks replace chips. that's because it's made entirely out of legos. >> the method is one brick at the time. i start at the bottom and i work my way up. >> reporter: nathan knows lego. about 1.5 million of the famous
. the students can explore their environment, learn -- make joyful learners of kids where they get to grow things and use it in all their classes, not just in science but math and reading, social studies, everything. to be able to walk those hallways and see the support for wiring of technology throughout our district, just think by the end of this year we're going to have every single school in our entire district wired with broadband a thousand times faster than what they have right now and have some wireless going on, if coffee shops can have it, i think our schools ought to be having these things. so you know, we're trying to create a different environment but we couldn't have done it without the supporters and voters here in san francisco who actually stand up and believe in children, not like the rest of the state but here in san francisco. you know, people sometimes laugh about our valu laugh about our values. laugh about our values. laugh about our values. well, they're not laughing now because in san francisco people do believe in public education and they showed it going out and voting
for friendship. most of all they remembered her joyful spirit. >> she was just so happy. mostly i will miss your laughter. i hear it so clearly. i see your smile to vividly. >> she shook my quiet little world with laughter, smile, tears and most importantly love. jessica we will always miss you, your big goofyself, your smile, most of all of course your smile. >> reporter: morales was watching football with her boyfriend at his home when the pipe loin exploded step away. he said he ran outside to see what was going on and when he tried to go back in for jessica he couldn't reach her. he is in the hospital with second and third degree burns over 40% of his bad. it's the happy memories that will keep family going. >> jessica was a wonderful sister and we all loved her very much. >> reporter: she was a graduate of pennsylvania high school and had been taking classes at the academy of art university and wanted to be a fashion designer. her boyfriend's house was in a cluster of homes where four victims died. they include a mother and daughter, and an 85-year-old elizabeth torres. the three members
in their step that they had previous. but we came together and there was a lot of joyfulness that ended well for all of us. >> we have team coverage on this story. lindsey mastis is in the information center with new information on the gunman. but we begin with andrea mccarran live in silver spring where first responders to yesterday's hostage situation just wrapped up a news conference and we learned a good deal of information today, andrea, didn't we? >> we certainly did, lesli. we do know that james jay lee entered the discovery building with two handguns, two boxes and two backpacks. we just learned that those two weapons were actually starter pistols. also today investigators searched a resident in wheaton and found more devices. let's listen to montgomery county fire chief richie bowers to hear what they found. >> four additional devices of which we can tie the individual to right now were obtained from the residence and subsequently successfully detonated remotely from the residence and from any other areas of any life-safety issues here in the county. >> reporter: montgomery county p
the border from iraq. they were accused of being spies. last may the iranian government allowed a joyful reunion with their mothers. their lawyer had never met them. after more than 13 months, he said, it was the first time i could meet with my clients, "and we were together for two to three hours." sarah shourd's expected release is clouded by the continued imprisonment of her two friends, who may soon stand trial for illegally entering the country, an offense punishable by up to ten years behind bars. abc news. >>> there has been a setback in the rescue of those miners trapped deep underground in chile. work on the most advanced of the three tunnels had to be stopped when a drill struck an iron support beam. but officials insist the problem does not alter the rescue timeline. rescuers have opened multiple narrow bore holes to the miners, which they use to pass food, water, oxygen, electricity, mengz, and even cigarettes for them to share. >>> the controversial tax cuts approved by the bush administration will top the attenda today when congressional lawmakers go back to work. the big q
very deeply that this is a show that celebrates making a joyful noise. >> larry: they want to be on. >> they want to be on. i don't know if it is -- lady gaga can't get any bigger. what benefit does she get from this? and i think it is just that when we gave her her award at the vmas, when she came up to accept it, she embraced us and said, i love you guys. she just really loves the show. >> larry: who is coming on in the next year? >> we have a whole -- >> larry: britney spears. >> a whole britney spears episode. john stamos has a pafrlt we're doing a whole rocky horror show, i think i can say. that a wonderful actress. she is 6'4". she plays the new football coach. and we go toe to toe and eye to eye. and she is four inches taller than sue sylvester and sue is not used to that. she is used to being the tall one. >> larry: okay. now you sang with madonna. you sang with olivia newton john. are you a singer? >> i guess i'm a syringer. i probably sing more than the kids on the set. i sing all day long. and every once in a while someone will ask me to sing in a professional capacity. >
, she finally has her freedom. for sarah shourd, 14 months behind bars ended with a joyful reunion with her mother. earlier, she left the tehran prison where she had been held in solitary con foinment for the spotlight and a fright to the persian gulf nation of oman. >> i'm very humbled, the more i learn about what people have done for me, what governments have done for me, the more i feel humbled. >> reporter: she was freed for health reasons after discovering a lump in her breast. but not until half a million dollars in bail was made, which officials insist did not come from the u.s. government. she's leaving behind josh fattal and shane bauer, who became her fiance in prison. shourd's mother said, i'm going to make sure she's going to get the attention and care she needs. i can only imagine how bittersweet her freedom must be. bittersweet for the other families, as well. we reached the fattals at home in philadelphia. >> we profoundly share in the joy of the shourd family and we want nothing more than to have that for our families, as well. >> reporter: tonight, tehran's prosecu
. without any cues but the music itself, babies were found to react differently to joyful music and gloomy tunes. so, babysitters? take "note." >>> freerice.org is a site where you can do two good things at the same time -- help feed the hungry and increase your vocabulary. freerice gives you a word and multiple choice definitions. for every correct answer, 20 grains of rice are donated to the needy. if that doesn't sound like a lot, listen to this. so far, players have helped get more than 40 billion grains donated. you can play for as long as you want and win more rice, but be warned. the words keep getting harder. think of this as s.a.t. training that also makes the world a better place. i'm imani for "teen kids news." [ man ] he's got nothing but open field ahead of him! ♪ [ female announcer ] introducing tv... you can take with you. u-verse now lets you download, watch hit tv shows and schedule recordings on your mobile phone. order u-verse tv today. plans starting at just $29 a month for six months, with dvr included. plus upgrade to u-verse u300 and get the u-verse mobile app free
're stuck in the middle of a budget stalemate. >> reporter: julie, in just a matter of day the joyful sound of kids climbing, jumping and sliding may no longer be heard at this child development. tonight the center told participants that they are broke because lawmakers are yet to do their job. for working mom teresa johnson this is her only option. >> reporter: would you be able to afford to put them in day care? >> no, i don't make enough money. >> reporter: but wesley and parents of other students who attend the development center may lose the only place they can afford. it is set to close its two locations in the next two weeks unless there's a budget miracle in sacramento. >> we haven't had any money since june. and so we are at our last. we have no funds. >> reporter: the the center has been providing free or low cost child care to low income families for the last 37 years. founder nina tanner smith says she's never had to close during that time because of finances, but this year is on track to be the longest the state has gone without a budget. >> if it wasn't for 24 hour, my daughte
's morality, her fashion sense, and her gift for friendship. most of all, they remembered her joyful spirit. >> she was just so happy. >> but mostly i will miss your laughter. i hear it so clearly. i see your smiles so vividly. >> she shook my quiet little world with laughter, smiles, tears, and most importantly, love. jessica, we will always miss you, your big goofy self, your smiles, most of all, of course, your smile. >> morales was watching football with her boyfriend jeffrey gomez when a pipeline exploded just steps away. he said he ran out to find out what was going on and when he tried to go back into save jessica he was unable to reach her. he is hospitalised with burns over 40% of her body. friends say it's the happy memories of her that will keep him going. >> she was a wonderful sister and we all loved her very much. >> jessica morales was a graduate of peninsula high school. she had been taking classes at the academy of art university, she wanted to be a fashion designer. jessica's boyfriend's house was in a cluster of homes on earl and clermont where four victims died. they inc
like it, mostly 70s. good weather. >> just about the whole week. >> thanks. >>> a joyful moment this september 11 for one local marine who's enjoying a weekend at home. >>> a perfect day for a parade in lincoln square. where they are hopping down the street for the festivities. >> looks good. 8, 8, 1. hope you are enjoying your weekend and you're out and about tonight. be sure to pick up that for tuesday night, the jackpot is $44 million. let's start our pick 4. first number, 2, second number, 7, third number, 7, and fourth and final number, 2. so the winning pick 4 numbers are 2, 7, 7, 2. time for lotto, jackpot is -- first winning number is 10. second number, 18. third number, 6. fourth number, 3. and your fifth winning number, 11. the numbers are 10, 18, 6, 3, and 11. now it's time for lotto, the jackpot is $2.5 million. best of luck, hope you have your winning ticket. first number, 13. second number, 2. third number, 42. fourth number, 33. fifth number, 14. and the sixth and final number, 51. 13, 2, 42, 33, 14, and 51. i'm angelina martinez, enjoy the rest of the weekend and
. >> there are joyful things in the auction and sad things as well. this is one of the latter. there were two lap robes or blankets in the convertible that president kennedy was in in dallas. this is one of them. we have them both in the auction. >> this was a piece of evidence. obviously cleaned up since then. let' play a record. ♪ >> not lady gaga. this is barbra streisand at 16 years old in brooklyn. she made a test demo to prove that she was a great talent. >> she'd been singing on the radio and someone said, make a record. >> this is the first time her voice was recorded by the man that would become her agent. this is the first time. >> there were only a few copies made and this is one of them. this baseball has great significance to political junkies. >> all kinds of junkies. baseball, too. this is belved to be the only baseball ever signed by six different customers. jimmy carter, both president bushes, bill clinton, gerald ford and now barack obama who signed it recently at the request of jimmy carter. there is a letter that accompanies it as well. >> absolutely. >> this is a picture of micke
of joyfulness. >> reporter: but not by one, the employees made the emotional walk back inside the building that just yesterday was taken over by a gunman with explosives as they walked past security guards checking i.d.s, many broke down and thanked those who made sure the employees stayed safe. >> we addressed what happened yesterday. and began the healing process. there are a lot of hugs, a lot of tears. but our number one priority remains our employee well being. >> reporter: the company says over a dos dozen crisis counsel recovers currently on staff. the situation is affecting not just those who work inside a discovery building. these lasting images of police cars and s.w.a.t. trucks that sent authorities running for cover have left many in this downtown silver spring neighborhood scared. >> i'm scared. nervous to be out and about. you never know who it is that will do what. >> reporter: others who work in the area see the discovery building as a symbol of strength. >> putting discovery here was what brought silver spring back to life. and i think it is really important that people co
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